Trish Wilson

international investigations editor for the Associated Press

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Trish Wilson, a former assistant managing editor at the Philadelphia Inquirer, has been appointed deputy Latin America and Caribbean editor for The Associated Press. (2011)

Wilson oversees enterprise and investigative reporting and help manage news coverage in English for AP's U.S. and international audience in the region that stretches from the U.S. border in the north to Tierra del Fuego in South America, plus the Caribbean.

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